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Barack Obama defends proposed trade deal between US and European Union

President Barack Obama mounted a strong defence of international trade deals on Sunday in the face of domestic and foreign opposition, saying it's "indisputable"...

Bank of England issues warning to lenders of ‘risks around the referendum’

The Bank of England has warned over a potential credit crunch and urged lenders to bolster their balance sheets ahead of the EU referendum. The...

Bank of England holds rates again

The Bank of England has marked seven years of record low interest rates by keeping the cost of borrowing on hold once again. All nine...

George Osborne announces cut in UK’s corporation tax

Tough-talking British Chancellor George Osborne has promised further cuts to corporation tax after he announced in today's Budget a cut in the UK's corporation...

Britain’s trade gap with EU in January at highest level on record

Britain's trade gap with the European Union (EU) in January grew to the highest level on record, focusing attention on the UK's biggest economic...

Eurozone ‘something we should all be concerned about,’ says former BoE bos

The euro area has been, if not an economic disaster, a "very serious problem" affecting Britain, the former governor of the Bank of England...

Brexit would hit our customers, says Barclays

Barclays has waded into the debate over Britain's membership of the European Union, claiming a Brexit would leave customers worse off. The chairman of the...

ECB executive warns against leaving interest rates too low for too long

A prominent member of the European Central Bank's Monetary Policy Council is warning about the risks of excessive stimulus and leaving interest rates too...

Pound hits lowest mark against dollar for almost seven years

The pound remains under pressure after dropping below 1.40 US dollars for the first time in nearly seven years amid uncertainty over the UK's...

European Commission cuts economic growth forecast

The European Commission has cut its forecast for economic growth in the Eurozone this year. It has cut its prediction for the 19-country bloc in...

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Two Buffalo police officers charged with assault

Two police officers in Buffalo, New York State, have been charged with assault after a video showed a 75-year-old protester being shoved during recent...

Protesters support Black Lives Matter on three continents

Thousands of people have rallied in Europe and Australia to honour George Floyd and to voice support for what is becoming an international Black...

Coronavirus wrap: Matchday protocols emerge while Djokovic casts US Open doubts

More details have emerged of matchday protocols ahead of a proposed Premier League return, but world number one Novak Djokovic has cast further doubt...

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris finds the positives in football’s shutdown

Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris says his unusual season, where he has had to endure two lay-offs, has helped him regenerate. The 33-year-old goalkeeper had just...

FIFA president keen to impose stricter financial regulations

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called for the prospect of salary and transfer fee caps to be discussed at all levels of the game. The...
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